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2017 – Animal-Free Approaches for Inhalation Toxicity Testing

The PETA International Science Consortium co-hosts workshops and webinar series to develop replacements to using animals in inhalation toxicity testing and awards $400,000 worth of in vitro inhalation exposure equipment to... The post 2017 – Animal-Free Approaches for Inhalation Toxicity Testing appeared first on PETA.
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